March Monthly Educator Night: Adventure, Discovery and Disaster: The New London Whaling Fleet in the Eastern Arctic
Wednesday, March 11, 2020, 4-6 pm

In 1846, the men and ships of New London’s whaling fleet began 70 years of extensive whaling in the eastern Arctic. With one of the earth’s most inhospitable regions serving as a stage, they played key roles in a series of dramatic adventures, including the greatest whaling “catch” of all – the discovery and salvage of the abandoned British exploring ship Resolute.

Drawing from Mystic Seaport Museum's rich collections of rare photographs, artifacts, books, and documents, Curator of Collections Fred Calabretta will share the stories and adventures of colorful whaling captains, Inuit visitors to New London, arctic explorers, and other fascinating characters.
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